Website last updated August 10th, 2014
Purdy's Chocolates is a local (Vancouver, BC) chocolate company that strongly supports community programs. Purchase Purdy's chocolates through Victoria Pet Adoption Society and 25% of all proceeds will be donated to help pets in need this Easter. To browse the Purdy's Easter catalogue or to place an order visit
Once registered, you will be directed to the Victoria Pet Adoption Society Easter Fundraiser 2014 Group Home Page. From there you are able to:
Invite other members
Pay for your orders
Attention customers of Tru Value Grocery Store in Cordova Bay. Victoria Pet Adoption Society is part of Tru Value's Community Spirit Program and we've got gift certificates available. Make a donation to help homeless animals in our community and get a free gift certificate for Tru Value worth 10% MORE than your donation!
Donate $50 and receive a gift certificate for $55
Donate $100 and receive a gift certificate for $110
Donate $200 and receive a gift certificate for $220
Donate $400 and receive a gift certificate for $440
Donate $500 and receive a gift certificate for $550
Join VPAS for Pet Photos with Santa this weekend. Santa will be at PetSmart in Langford from 11am-4pm on Saturday, December 7th to visit with your whole family. Bring your iPhone, your tablet, your camera, or any other photo device and take pictures of your pets with Santa for a $5 donation to VPAS. Don't miss your chance to enter our raffle for some cool prizes and win a great gift for yourself or a friend. Pets of all types welcome.
VPAS' newest arrival is George, a 7 week old puppy in dire straights. He was rushed to the hospital Nov 13th after being picked up & shaken by a large dog. Although George was lucky not to have any punctures or broken bones from his attack, he is painful & his neck/back is very swollen. George is able to sit up a little bit, and he is eating on his own, but he is not out of the woods yet. He's got a long road ahead of him. George is being monitored very closely by the veterinary staff and we're hopeful that he wont have any permanent damage from his ordeal.